Une liberté fragile. Gabriel Marcel et Jean-Paul Sartre

Franco Riva

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An exhausted philosophical place, put into circulation by Sartre itself, concerns the domains of the philosophies of existence: atheist with Heidegger and Sartre, Christian with Jaspers and Marcel. What unites (existence) divides (domains) and what divides unites, but in very different ways. All the protagonists reject Sartre’s categories. Thus, other proximities (Heidegger, Marcel, the being) and other differences (others) are created. However, it should not be believed that everything ends in controversy, because the unit is hidden in the division like the division in the unit. The relationship between Marcel and Sartre, in particular, finally gives the impression of a clear and unshakable divide. While the points of contact remain and the same controversy originates in the different way of practicing the phenomenology of existence, which nevertheless kept them close. Not just dissensions and contrasts, clashes and regrets. But also a fundamental reflection on the correct exercise of the phenomenological method around the experiences of existence.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] A fragile freedom. Gabriel Marcel and Jean-Paul Sartre
Lingua originaleFrench
pagine (da-a)87-106
Numero di pagine20
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2021


  • Marcel
  • Sartre
  • esistenza
  • libertà


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